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SLX Picture Frame Indoor Aerial was £29.99 now £9.99 @ sainsburys

£9.99 @ Sainsbury's
good idea as not un sightly Height 13.2cm Depth 7.0cm Width 29.7cm Cable length 1.5m coax lead Manufacturer's guarantee 1 year Country of origin China Brand SLx Colour and finish P… Read More
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6y, 3m agoFound 6 years, 3 months ago
good idea as not un sightly
Height 13.2cm Depth 7.0cm Width 29.7cm
Cable length 1.5m coax lead Manufacturer's guarantee 1 year
Country of origin China Brand SLx
Colour and finish Piano black
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#1
heat added... good find!
#2
thanks! ordered 2
#3
Another good find :)
#4
does anyone have any experience with these?
#5
Are These Digital or Analogue Ariels .... anyone have one of these can comment ?
#6
Analogue has gone now so should expect it takes digital. Nice find for a tenner!
#7
Save £20.00 Was £29.99
Nectar points:18
Out of stock


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#8
custardy
Save £20.00 Was £29.99
Nectar points:18
Out of stock

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It adds to my basket.

Edited By: nihcaj on Jan 27, 2011 11:46
#9
Needed one of these for my sons TV, so good timing! . Thanks OP.
#10
Out of stock?
#11
Good find ... Out of stock now
#12
ThunderBolt
Analogue has gone now so should expect it takes digital. Nice find for a tenner!


No it hasn't - and maybe its future demise is why this is so cheap? Don't jump to conclusions without checking!
#13
out of stock
#14
Besford
ThunderBolt
Analogue has gone now so should expect it takes digital. Nice find for a tenner!


No it hasn't - and maybe its future demise is why this is so cheap? Don't jump to conclusions without checking!


After a quick search on GOOGLE seems its for both, looks like the same one

http://www.philex.com/catalogue/product/?id=612&cat=1026
#15
Theres no such thing as an analogue aerial or a digital aerial. If it's advertised as a TV aerial it can pick up both types of signal.
#16
Boz
Are These Digital or Analogue Ariels .... anyone have one of these can comment ?
I have tried various aerials over the last 18m or so, and have never managed to get a decent signal (I have no external aerial), but recently purchased this one in Sainsburys & have to say it's brilliant! Picks up loads of freeview/radio channels-good picture too-currently reduced to £9.99 Sainsburys
http://www.sainsburys.co.uk/sol/shop/technology/televisions/aerials_and_boosters/120552889_slx_gold_digital_top_indoor_aerial.html?hnav=4294960181


Edited By: dena007 on Jan 27, 2011 13:42
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Boz
Are These Digital or Analogue Ariels .... anyone have one of these can comment ?

They receive both analogue and digital signals.

Aerials are made a certain size, dependant on the frequency of the signal it is designed to capture.
Generally it is tuned to receive a band of frequencies.

TV signals whether digital or analogue are transmitted usually in the same group of frequencies from your local transmitter.

Each UK TV transmitter is allocated a different frequency group to prevent signals from other transmitters interfering with each other. As the frequency gets higher the aerial/antenna gets smaller.

Aerials used to be fine tuned to best receive signals locally and were given letters A to H for each transmitter, now most aerials are classed as wideband so as to reduce manufacturing costs, this one should be wideband. Digital signals are very low power at the moment and should be boosted greatly in 2012 when switchover is complete when current areial/reception problems should then be a thing of the past.

HTHs Scat

Edited By: scattycat on Jan 27, 2011 14:10: spelling
#18
apologies for my basic understanding here, but wondering if somebody could help:
I want to put a tv in my kitchen, however have no indoor tv aerial there to allow for signal and picture.
Is this something that could help that? i.e. replaces the indoor tv aerial?
#19
Yes, this would be a dedicated indoor aerial for that TV in your kitchen.
#20
Back in stock :D Ordered one just min ago
#21
Out of stock again!
#22
labour216
apologies for my basic understanding here, but wondering if somebody could help:
I want to put a tv in my kitchen, however have no indoor tv aerial there to allow for signal and picture.
Is this something that could help that? i.e. replaces the indoor tv aerial?


Potentially yes but unless you have a particularly strong signal you may find you have problems with an indoor aerial, especially on digital stations (eg through Freeview).

Edited By: Besford on Jan 27, 2011 18:05

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